Found November 06, 2011 on
Capitalize when the other team messes up. Hit the occasional big play. Give the ball to Frank Gore a lot.
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San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore may be limited in practice this week after suffering a left ankle sprain in Sunday's win over the Washington Redskins.Gore suffered the injury in the second quarter but remained in the game, finishing with 19 carries for 103 yards - his fifth straight game over the 100-yard plateau. San Francisco went on to win 19-11.Gore's status...
San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore isn't too worried about his sprained left ankle.
The 49ers' stud running back believes he'll be fine for this Sunday's game against the New York Giants.
"I'll be all right," Gore said.
When asked if he'll be able to participate in Wednesday's practice, Gore said, "I think I will be. I feel...
The Washington Redskins might secretly be hoping for a case of jet lag for their opponents on Sunday; the kind that puts a West Coast team at a disadvantage when traveling East for a 1 p.m. game. Washington (3-4) will host the surging San Francisco 49ers (6-1) at Fed Ex ...
The San Francisco 49ers are now 7-1 after defeating the struggling Washington Redskins 19-11 thanks to four field goals from kicker David Akers and a steady running game.It wasn’t an offensive explosion, but the 49ers...
Running back Frank Gore says he'll be ready to play in Sunday's game against the Giants (6-2) at Candlestick Park. Gore sprained his left ankle while gaining 107 yards on 19 carries in the 49ers ' 19-11 win in...
The 49ers had a Frank Gore dropped pass, his fourth of the season, and three penalties. However, they are on the move thanks to safety Dashon Goldson's second interception in as many games. Goldson is having a great year in coverage and in run sport.
Capitalize when the other team messes up. Hit the occasional big play. Give the ball to Frank Gore a lot. There's nothing fancy about the way the San Francisco 49ers are running away with the NFC West, and it was more of the same Sunday when they won their sixth straight game by putting away the offensively inept Washington Redskins 19-11.
Seventh-round pick applying lessons imparted by Frank Gore, Moran Norris and Tom Rathman
Alex Smith threw for 200 yards and a touchdown and Frank Gore ran for 107 yards, as the San Francisco 49ers earned a 19-11 victory over the Washington Redskins.